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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa FOUR Way to Hold Lower FALSE TEETH Finnly in Place Do false annoy and bother by dropping and flipping you eat talk or laugh Just sprinkle a little ion your plates This new tasteless powder holds teeth firm and comfortable No gummy gooey pasty taste Makes breath pleasantGet Fasteeth today at Brady Drug Co or any otherdrug store MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SEPTEMBER 19 Ohio1 Man Has Unusual 5 PhilatelicCollection1 STEUBEViriLE Ohio Sfpt 18 ofthe most remarkable philatelic collections in tie country are the property of C A Vowinkel this city One of them said to be the larg est of Its kind in the United States is composed of more than 2000 en velopes with the different styles of postmarks used in Ohio between 1800 and 1890 The other which won an award atarecent exhibition of the Pitts burgh Philatelic society is a collec tionof Ohio letters posted 1800 and 1855 before stamps came into general useThe letters were folded and sealed to form their own envelopes Alter the postmark was affixed the be paid by the designated with a handstamp UVE AT Brouffh ageft moth er of Mrs Henry Myers him given up her homo In Forest City nnd has ar rived to Ijve at tljp home of JIv nnd Mrs Mvei8 onamlln north of iiere i Any Man Can See One glance at a suit and he can see the distinction of1 character His eye can quickly discern the rich fabric the fine tail1 oring i Quality howeveris general ly a matter of experience a test of time It is not only fundamental t but apparent in Hart Schaffner Marx Suits Such clothing demands a corresponding perfection in accessories Shoes The best in foot wear following the fall dictates Neckwear HaUdreds of fresh new tie to complete the fall ensemble Get to Know Shirts In new neat pat terns featuring new Arrow col ors up Ships Finest Suite for Premier WORLD PROBLEM OF PEACE EVER PRESENTHOOVER President Optimistic of Dis cussions Now in Progress WASHINGTON Sept 19 Amid the memories which crowd the presidents study in the historic oast room of the white house Her bert Hoover daily is working out his hopes for naval reduction and fur therance of world peace For the first time he has let it be known this room used as a study by his predecessors from Aclams to Roosevelt and then aban doned for five administrations has been restored to that use Works Out Naval Angle Addressing a radio audience thru a microphone In that chamber where he proclaimed the Kellogg Briand peace policy to the world and where he is working out the naval angle of the same policy as he views it he expressed his belief that the current naval discussions are in keeping with the high as pirations and high accomplish ments that have made it memor able The problems of our day he said today crowd for entry here One problem has been ever constant with each succeeding president that we should maintain and Sailing lor America Sept 28 Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald of Great Britain will occupy the Prince of Wales suite aboard the liner Berengarla View of Bercnjraria at quarantine in New York harbor above Below one ot the bedrooms inl the Prince of Wales Suite which is a complete apartment consisting of twomaster bed rooms two toilet rooms with showers sitting room breakfast room two trunk rooms service pantry and a private which la seen thru door at left EMPLOYMENT IN DETROIT CAUSES OFFICIAL WORRY Modern Machinery Creates Problem for Detroit City Dads DETROIT Sept 19 s making more hazardous his very xlstence genius jThus Emmett 3J Adams director iceofthe Michigan state mentof labor and industry which inds work for much more than 2000 men each month explains the unemployment situation here an enormous problem for city and state authorities Have New Equipment Just a few years ago for in stance a heavy snowfall would bring work and momentary relief to thousands but electricity has made this considerably cheaper for the employer Inventions whereby man power can be substituted with a less Costly element are being daily de veloped and as a result men some times turn to crime This is per haps one of the major reasons for the alarming increase in banditry here in recent months Adams con tlnued Anestimate considered conser yative places the number of jobles lersons vin Detroit and environs a 5000 who in turn are responsibl for thef eedtng and clothing of 200 00 This does not take Into consid eration the large number of em ployes of factories and business es who work only thre and four days a week and whoa earnings in this short space of tlm are insufficient for their needs Detroit has been the mecca fo unemployed for the last three year due largely to lure of automobi factories From states within a ra dius of 800 miles and from every province In Eastern Canada thou sands trek here spurred on by the belief that in this the motor city there are jobs galore strengthen the will of the nation and other nations for peace The naval negotiations he holds are means to this end Dally in this room he related dp I receive evidence of almost universal prayer that this negoti ation shall succeed Giving voice to nis own optimism he said Soma months ago I proposed to the world that we should further reduce and limit naval arms Today we are engaged in a most hopeful discussion with other governments leading to this end are proposals which would preserve our national defenses and yet would relieve the backs of those i who toil from gigantic expenditures and the world from the hate and four which flows from the rivalry in building war ships VISITS WITH RELATIVES arid Kirs Kobevt Egan nnfl son Nick of Des Moines are visiting a few clays with Mr Egnna mother MrsTliomns and his sister Mrs Tltomns Egan Eln Viciarmang Not Encouraging The unemployment situation in Detroit at the present moment is not encouraging Adams aaid I would not advise workers in distant states to come here seeking em ployment I am vqry hopeful that is situation will improve greatly efore the first of the year tut iffering and panic faces this rmous army of unemployed during 10 winter months unless a decided improvement is noted The open highway during the ummer months brot a vast number f tourists here bearing baggage ad children The situation hasbe iry3 more ever iiown by a survey tour An average of 2000 persons pasn hru the door of employment agon iesand all but 20 or thereabouts make a disappointed exit The De roit Employers association which maintains a free bookingoffice re eives over 5000 applications daily ut only a small portion of these areplaced Home Comfort Starts with a Moores Heater No more chilly rooms no more rooms halt MooresHeaterbrings comfort to each room in the home and it does this all at stove cost Not only is the original cost comparable to the ordinary stove but the operating cost is also low In fact a Moores heater gives furnace satisfaction at stpve cost Trade in your old stove Small Down Payment Balance Monthly CurrieVaii Ness Co MAINTAINED BY MERIT Phone 17 11 North Federal Ave WANTED 50 Thousand Skinny Men Teachers in London Approve Fairy Tales For Young Children LONDON normal child nood with a belief in fairies and a knowledge of nursery rhymes was urged upon by speakers before the EnglishAmerican educa tion conference in London Representatives of school and nursery organizations in both coun tries attended the conference which was designed to stimulate common understanding between British and American educators The very greatest mistake trie teacher cn make said Dr P B Ballard divisional inspector of the London County Council is to treat the child as an adult He must be allowed to live his own life Of course the child must be al owed to grow up He must pass naturally from the Tommy Tucker nil Little Jack Homer nursery hymes to more mature reading Miss E Mae Raymond instructor the Teachers college of Colum ia university emphasized the need of educating adults to the needs of childhood Frigidaire greater beauty enclosed mechanical parts low operating cost low prices To Put on At Least 5 Pounds of Solid Flesh in 30 Days Countless thousands of under jveight men and women have got rid of that scrawny face and figure by a simple easy treatment that is sure and inexpensive Its really marvelous how quickly those who try it take on flesh where flesh Is most needed Hollows in neck and chest fill hut and narrow sunken chested men be gin to take on a decided manliness In just a few weeks Theone great scientific weight producer that people who need more flesh can depend upon is McCoys Tablets and besides helping you t develop an attractive figure thes sugar coated tablets bring to a that take them more energy strength and hav jroven a superb tonic McCoy takes all the this ironclad guarantee If after taking sixty cent boxes of Mc Coys Tablets or 2 One Dollar boxes any thin underweight man or wo man doesnt gain at least 5 pounds and feel completely satisfied with the marked improvement in health druggist is authorized to return the purchase price Northern Minnesota M E Churches Hold Conference Meeting EVKLETH Minn Sept 13 j The thirtyfifth annual Northern1 Minnesota Methodist conference j bringing 300 ministers and lay dele gates from cities of the entire state will be held her for six days Spt 24 to 20 inclusive Prominent Methodist officials will come to the convention here the first to be held in Eveleth since 1904 according to the program an nounced by the Rev W H Down ing local Methodist pastor in charge of arrangements Bishop J F McConnell of New York president ot the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America will be here for the confer ence as will be Dr James M Dor an United States prohibition com missioner who will give one of the principal addresses Other national ly known speakers coming for the conference include Dr George Mecklenbunr Minneapolis the Rev Gilbert B Traveller the cowbny preacher from Alamosa Colo Dr W Gratz editor of the Epworth Chicago Dr Alfred Hufhss oresldent of Hamllnft Uni versity St Paul and Dr Roy L Smith Minneapolis Control for quicker freezing of ice cubes and desserts I Frigidaire embodies a standard JL of design and renders a service that can not be duplicated by any other electric refrigerator or type of refrigeration It is beautiful simple practical Every mechani cal part is enclosed out of sight away from dust and dirt Thesturdy steel cabinet is lined with seamless Porcelainonsteel rounded corners lustrous white easy to clean The waisthigh shelves make stooping unnecessary And Frigidaires extra power meets the heaviest demands for refrigeration easily t at low cost no matter how hot the weather or how warm your kitchen In addition Frigidaire gives youself sealing trays and the patented Frigidaire Cold C6ntrol for faster freezing of ice cubes salads and desserts It gives you incredibly quiet operation And with all The Frigiduire Cold Control has introduced a new standard in electric re frigeration It is as important as a gas regu lator on inovea of these improvements you can now buy the new quiet Frigidaire at the lowest prices ever offered Let us give you com plete information about the new Frigidaire and the liberal monthly terms Let us help you win in big contest Come into our display room Lea rn why 5 0 i s tb e s af ety point for perishablefoods Then write a letter that will give you a chance to win model home a Cadillac car or one of many 50 ISTHE SAFETV POINT other valuable awards now being offered by the National Food PreservationCouncil Come in and get the rules of the contest and complete infor mation today FOR PERISHABLE FOODS SATISFACTION M PHONE V 3 I CAIT ST DON McPEAK PROP ;